In this demo I go through what is in the AirPod box, a description of the charging case and AirPods themselves: using the AirPods with the iPhone, Apple watch, Mac and Apple TV: then finish off with some general comments.

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In this demo, I go through the following:

In The Box:

Jabra Storm Bluetooth Headset

Micro USB cable

Extra ear bud and wind sock

Getting Started Guide

Main features:

9 hours of Talk Time

2 hours battery charge

Bluetooth and NFC pairing

Pair up to 8 Bluetooth devices, 2 activate at same time (only one activate at a time talking)

Win resistant (if to noisy, put on wind sock).

Ware on either ear

Very light and comfortable to use

Jabra  Assist app for tracking headset, BT pairing tips and battery status (battery status seems not to be accessible)

Physical description:

Arm with Mic and Answer/End button on end

Curved tight letter C to form body of headset that goes around ear

Most controls positioned towards end of boom and on to curved C

Answer/end button

On/off switch

Volume down/up

Micro UsB connector with protective flap

rotate ear piece to put in either ear

Voiced prompts:

Connected 

Battery low Redialling 

Disconnected 

To connect your headset, go to the Bluetooth menu on your phone and select it from the list 

To answer call, say Yes or No

Pairing:

When first used, is in paring mode,

Hold down Answer/End button for 3 second s pair

Functions:

Switch side switch up to turn on headset or down to turn off headset

Press Answer/End to hear Connected

Press Answer/End to answer an incoming call or say yes or No

Press Answer/End twice to reject an 

incoming call or say No

Press Answer/End twice to redial last call

Press Answer/End for 1 second to activate Siri

Press Answer/End for 3 seconds to put in pairing mode

Press Answer/End plus Volume Down to turn off low battery warning

Press volume down or up to adjust volume

Press volume Up/Down at same time to mute

Headset is capable of answering multiple calls and putting calls on hold

Points to consider:

low battery warning starts at 50 percent and announces every 10 minutes if not turned off

Turning off voiced low battery warning sometimes doesn’t seem too work

No charging voiced indication

Benefits:

light weight

Comfortable to ware

Can use in either ear

Have to active devices at the same time

9 hours talk time does last all day

voice prompts

Reasonably good volume

Clear when on phone call

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In this demo, I show you how to play sync'd music from your iPhone on the  Apple watch, and changing source play between the watch and the phone.  Remember when playing music on the Apple watch, you'll need to use Bluetooth speakers or head phones: although you can access your Airplay speakers in the house via your iPhone as I show in the demo.  As with the iPhone, when your playing music on the Apple watch, you'll get VoiceOver coming over the BT device as well.

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In this demo, I show you how to pair a Bluetooth device to your Apple watch.  For this demo, I use my Jambox portable bluetooth speaker However, I have paired my Beats head phones, Aftershokz, and BEM speaker band.  To find Settings on the Apple watch: from the clock face press digital crown to go to Home app screen, flick left or right to find settings, 1 finger double tap to activate settings, flick right to locate Bluetooth, and your ready to go ahead and pair.  Keep in mind that voiceOver will be speaking through the BT device as well, and if you play music, both speech and music will be using the BT device unlike Airplay.

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Orientation and demo of the Aftershokz Blues 2 bone conduction ear phones.

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a demo of the Beats Studio wireless head phones

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